Granduomo Charming Accomodation
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Babysitting service
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Refrigerator in room
- Non-smoking hotel
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... said it's more expensive to sit outside. How much more expensive? How about four times! Yes, she said it's 4 EUR if I want to sit at a table outside with it. I asked her for a to go cup instead, poured my espresso in it and sat at the Pitti Palace steps taking my break and wishing I knew how to curse in Italian.
By the time I was done with Pitti, Sarah was done with Italian school. We grabbed some pizza at Gusa pizza, then sat on the steps of the church ...
... Pitti was built in 1458 by one of the richest and most powerful families of the era - the Pittis, business rivals of the Medici family. It currently houses the Galleria Palatina (with works by Raphael, Giorgione, Titian and Rubens)."
But, it was around half way through that I started thinking that to see all the museums in Florence, and do them justice you would want to not work for a year, and spend at least 1 day in each one and then revist it each ...
... ourselves with the area. We have dinner and retire to bed to have an early night.
Tomorrow we have an early start. We are booked on a tour leaving at 8am for Pisa, San Gimignano and Siena. This will be a big day as we are not expected back in Florence until 8pm. Our lunch is included in our tour.
Update on Narelle's condition. Showing some slight improvement but still very tired and weak. She is going on the trip ...
... br> A side note about the bus. In Halifax, we'd buy bus tickets and then put them in the ticket machine or just place coins into this machine when entering the bus. We soon figured out where and how to buy these tickets at machines outside the train station. But here, you can get on the bus through the front, middle, or back doors (the protocol seems to be generally to get on through the front or back door and exit via the middle one) and get the ticket stamped with a ...
... It was estimated that the drive would take over 3 hours but the fast train would take 1.5 hours! Why would anyone drive. On top of that, once in Florence, we had to pay 25 Euros a day for parking which is considered cheap.
The competition was to see who would get there first. No contest really. Driving was the definitely the slow slow option. It was so slow ...